Nathan David Rabinowich: A Distinct Rabbi of Our Times

Since childhood, Nathan David (Nosson Dovid) Rabinowich was destined to be a Rabbi. As a bright Jewish History scholar, he began to make his contribution to the Jewish Community since his college years. Nathan David Rabinowich received his first Rabbinic Ordination from Ponevez Yeshivah in Bnei-brak, Israel in 1979 and his second a year later from Mesifta Talmudical Seminary in Brooklyn.

Nathan David Rabinowich (Nosson Dovid Rabinowich) served as dean at Ahavath Torah Institute in Brooklyn from 1992 to 2013. Even as a mentor, he never let go of learning new things & exploring his field of study. During his years as Dean, he also completed his Ph.D. in Classical Jewish History and Rabbinic Literature & received his doctorate from New York University in 1997.

His expertise as Jewish historian and in-depth studies in Ponevez and Brisk Yeshivot has enabled Nathan David Rabinowich bring a unique approach to Jewish text, which now popularly known as ‘kosher’ in Jewish community. For his excellence and lifelong work, he has been honored as one of the most distinct Talmud Chacham of current generation.

About Nathan David Rabinowich

Nathan David (Nosson Dovid) Rabinowich is an author of thirteen critically acclaimed scholarly books and hundreds of articles. He is an expert on Jewish History with extensive teaching experience at the high school and university levels. Nathan has lead as a CEO and Scholar in Residence in such as ventures as the Jewish Heritage Tours to Western Europe, Canada, and Africa.
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